A young girl's nature diary is a joyful journey of discovery. From the multi-award-winning creator of Rivertime and Rockhopping comes another celebration of the world around us.
Miri's been on the move and now she's finding her feet, her freedom, her community and her home, treading lightly all the way.
A story about spreading your wings and putting down roots in an ancient land.
Miri Blossom and her Mum are moving and Miri is feeling a bit uncertain about it all. Her inquisitive and friendly nature soon has her exploring her new neighbourhood and making friends.
This is a delightful story about the uncertainty of starting over and the courage to be open to new things. Full of truly beautiful illustrations of Australia’s amazing animals and plants, this book is set in the Goldfields of Central Victoria.
It also has a strong focus on Aboriginal culture and staying connected to both nature and country, and will be perfect for classroom use.
Ideally suited for all students in Year 5 and up.
Reviewed by Michelle
There are four activity pages that the publisher has produced for this title that are available on our website www.lamontbooks.com.au